Personal Injury Free Legal Help

Personal Injury Law is a field of law that covers a variety of things, including auto accident injury, slip and fall, medical malpractice, and any other liability that results in an injury. These injuries are often sued under a legal category called "torts." Personal injury attorneys will generally work on a contingency fee basis, meaning that they take a percentage of the plaintiff's damages award or settlement. Personal injury settlements are often the result of filing a complaint, as very few cases actually go to trial. Free Legal Aid has personal injury content for each state, the top seven states are below for quick reference:

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California Personal Injury Legal Help

Nevada Personal Injury Legal Help

Texas Personal Injury Legal Help

Colorado Personal Injury Legal Help

New York Personal Injury Legal Help

Illinois Personal Injury Legal Help

Florida Personal Injury Legal Help

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Settle your own injury case and save thousands.

Personal injuries are not something to take lightly. Often, insurance carriers will not offer a fair settlement unless you have an attorney representing you. In fact, it is fairly common that attorneys settle cases for 2 or 3 times the amount that an unrepresented person is offered. Here's a typical scenario. You are hurt in a car accident. Your medical bills are $15,000. You are offered $16K from the insurance company, of which almost all of it will go to the medical providers. Your attorney might settle this case for $30K. The attorney will then negotiate with the medical providers to take $10K, because they would not even get that much if they took insurance-based rates for the services they provided. The attorney then settles, takes $10K, gives the providers $10K and the injured person gets $10K for pain, suffering and the hassle of everything (missed work, child care, gas/mileage, etc.).